Reddit bans misogynist community as part of anti-violence crackdown
The group regularly indulged in violent fantasies.
Smart home gadget ends a violent dispute by calling police (updated)
An accidental voice command may have avoided a terrible outcome.
How violence in video games changes with the times
The creator of 'Gone Home' and indie developer Wizard Fu chat about gore.
Truly intelligent enemies could change the face of gaming
Too real to kill.
Leak reveals Facebook's rules for controversial content
The guidelines show a social network struggling to navigate thorny issues.
Terror attack victims claim social media enables extremism
Relatives of those killed in the San Bernardino attack are suing Twitter, Facebook and Google.
The Engadget Podcast Ep 37: Modern Things
Changes ahead for Engadget, Facebook's continued video problems and the Galaxy S8.
Violence for all: 'Postal' goes open source
And the developer wants someone to port it to Dreamcast